Strategies of success ( sos)Presentation Transcript
STRATEGIES OF SUCCESSBK Jagbir Singh(email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org)
KEY TO SUCCESS • Indian children are exposed to how Arjuna was asked to focuson the eye as a target for his arrow, as an exercise in concentration.
MONA PRUTHIA girl from Haryana, who topped IAS exam , offers her tips for success.1. one must have clarity of goal and the ability to stay focused2. Try, try, try and you will succeed
EYE ON TARGET
KEY TO SUCCESS Your mind is the generator offailure, and also the generator of success.
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS - ABCS• Avoid negative people, things and habits.• Believe in your SELF and GOD.• Consider things from every angle.• Don’t give up.• Enjoy today: yesterday has gone and tomorrow may not come.• Family and friends are hidden treasures. Value them and seek them.• Give more than you planned to give.• Hang on to your dreams.
TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS - ABCS• Ignore those who try to discourage you.• Just do it.• Keep on trying no matter how hard it seems.• Love your SELF and GOD.• Motivate your self.• Never lie, cheat or steal. Always strike a fair deal.• Open your eyes and see things as they really are.• Practice makes perfect.• Quitters never win and winners never quit.
TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS - ABCS• Read, study and learn about everything important in your life.• Stop procrastinating.• Take control of your own destiny.• Understand yourself in order to better understand others.• Visualize it.• Want it more than anything.• Xccelerate your efforts.• You are unique in this world. Nothing can replace your talent.• Zero in on your target, and go for it!.
USE THE SMART SYSTEMWhen it comes to goal setting, the SMARTsystem is simple, down-to-earth and gets thejob done. Each goal must be defined so that itmeets the following criteria:S – SpecificM – MeasurableA – AchievableR – RealisticT – Timely
USE THE SMART SYSTEM• SPECIFIC, ACHIEVABLE AND REALISTIC-- Make sure your goals are concrete, concise and attainable. Instead of, "I want to make a lot more money this year," specify "I want to increase my revenues by X percent (a realistic amount) by the end of the year."• MEASURABLE--Frame your goals in such a way so you can measure your progress. For example, plan on measuring monthly or quarterly revenues against last years figures--something you should be doing anyway.
• TIMELY--Give yourself a reasonable time frame for achieving your goal. Then break it down into smaller, short-term increments. Realistically, you may not achieve that X percent increase early in the year, but you can work toward it. Divide your goal percent increase into monthly or quarterly increments that allows you to build on your momentum. This produces measurable, attainable and short-term goals to pursue.
Ralph Waldo Emerson• Emerson said “Concentration is the secret of success in politics, in war in all management of human affairs. “